In my backyard poolside. I have had the opportunity to photograph many an amazing individual. My buddy Jessica Jacobsen.
A REACH medical helicopter en route to Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs California
A FedEx MD-11F doing low approaches today at Palm Springs International Airport.
So I was in my pool when I heard the sound of an approaching aircraft that obviously did not sound like a Cessna.
Seemingly abandoned railroad freight cars in the middle of nowhere.
A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 landing at Palm Springs International Airport.
An Alaska Airlines jet headed to Runway 31L for departure at the Palm Springs International Airport.
American Airlines landing at sunset at Palm Springs International Airport.
The full Moon rising in Palm Springs just above the horizon through clouds and haze.
Windmills in Palm Springs. Photographed back in January.
I came home the other day to find a bird party in my front yard. A foursome playing cards perhaps.
The view from my backyard of the July 4th fireworks in Palm Springs.
I really like this view. Coming into Palm Springs from the North, the Palm Springs Air Museum C-47. It takes a long lens shooting from our ramp at the Air Museum.
Two Aero L-159’s arriving at the Palm Springs Airport this past Friday.
A fun time Saturday at the Palm Springs Air Museum. We had a visitor who arranged an airplane flight for his girlfriend. And also secretly asked if he could propose marriage to her when she came back in. I got him up on the wing, and as she got out of the cockpit with her back to him, she turned around to find him on his knee with the ring. That was cool.
From the Palm Springs Air Museum; the P-51 Mustang “Bunny” going out for a flyover and I was in the Museum T-28b next to it.
I really enjoy going flying with friends.
Running the flights all day for the Palm Springs Air Museum.
Very exciting this last Saturday to have a United States Air Force A-10II Thunderbolt “Warthog” visit us at the Palm Springs Air Museum. Air Force Association, Palm Springs Chapter, member Col. (ret) Bob Lilac earns a big shout out for making this happen!
A check out flight in the World War II C-47 “What’s Up Doc” from the Palm Springs Air Museum today. On the left Daniel Wotring, on the right Steve Johnson and then myself. Somewhat of a repetitive route but we had fun and it sure was a nice day to fly.
We do get some more not usual visitors for us at the Palm Springs Air Museum. We did find parking for it; special occasion. An Embraer ERJ-135ER.
A Hawker Sea Fury at the Palm Springs Air Museum a few years ago.
This is a good view for watching an airshow. The P-51 Mustang “Bunny” from the Palm Springs Air Museum.
The T-6 Texan “Heave Ho” from the Palm Springs Air Museum. Photographed at take off.